Tips for bathroom remodelling

Bathrooms are one of the main areas of your home and the chances are you will have a couple scattered around the property.

The likelihood is though you’ll just have one main bathroom, found on the upper floor.

The bathroom is one of those which is difficult to get right when it comes to decorating.

Anyone could design a basic bathroom but if you’re looking for something a little more lavish then you need choose the right fixtures and fittings.

So take a look at our tips for creating the perfect bathroom for your home:

Choose a focal point

If you look at any well-designed bathroom there’ll always be a focal point – and no it’s not the toilet. Essentially, the room will be designed and built around this one element and this could be a tile pattern, bath, or shower. When it comes to finding your own focal point, there’s no rule which says one is better than the other.

It all comes down to personal preference. Of course, sometimes it’ll be best to speak with a bathroom expert to help perfectly plan your own bathroom.

Get the right fixtures

With the fixtures you’re really fine tuning the details of your bathroom, so this is definitely something you need to give plenty of consideration. This would include the styles of taps you pick and whether you opt for a claw-footed bathtub or a modern one. Your choices will come down to the style your bathroom holds; traditional or contemporary.

Match the cabinets

The cabinets can either be floor or wall mounted, providing that extra space to hide away your bathroom accessories. So what’s to choose here? The style and the colour specifically. White is always a popular option for the bathroom but make sure to match the cabinets up with your countertop. Bathroom professionals will be able to show you a wide range of options for you to pick between.

Find the perfect flooring

What flooring do you need for the bathroom? Something that’s durable, hardwearing and water resistant ideally. And for this there’s one product which stands head and shoulders above its rivals. This is tiling and is extremely common in the bathroom environment. There are many different tiling options and really it’s up to your taste and financial muscle.

Which colour is best?

With the bathroom there are quite a few colours which look great. And the good thing about paint is you can easily change it in less than a day. So what colours should you be looking for? Soothing colours are best and anything from light blue to moss green would look great. White is typically popular but always make sure you find a neutral colour.


Facts & Figures You’ll Love To Share

  • |Improving the bathroom can be as easy as adjusting the shower’s water pressure to give you a better experience.
  • Show your creative side in the bathroom with a range of stunnig ideas and designs to take note of.
  • Find out how efficient your shower is by placing a bucket in with you. If it’s full within 12 seconds you can save money!
  • Don’t be afraid to completely refurbish the bathroom to make the most of space available.

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